You try to take care of your plumbing. You don’t flush anything that you shouldn’t, you don’t pour grease down the drains and you even called in the professionals when that pipe burst last fall. However, if you keep getting clogs in your drain, it may be time to get hydro jetting.
What is Hydro Jet Drain Cleaning?
Hydro jetting drain cleaning is the process of using a hose to shoot pressurized water through the pipes, pushing out any debris that may be causing clogs and drainage issues.
How does it work?
This powerful and safe drain cleaning option typically starts with the technician doing an inspection using a pipe camera to determine if there is any damage to the pipes before the jetting process takes place. Once the pipes have been determined safe, the plumber may decide to perform a snaking to remove larger objects to make the hydro process to be as efficient as possible. A nozzle is inserted into the pipe bursting out water to essentially flush out the system and out through a predetermined exit area.
What are the benefits of Hydro Jetting?
More and more people are choosing hydro jetting over traditional methods because of their vast benefits including:
It’s a deep clean. It provides a deeper clean than a snaking does. As the water moves through the pipes, it takes everything that may be clinging to the pipes along with it including tree roots, soap and other potential clog creators.
It’s available for all types of pipes. Most pipes are susceptible to clogs and they all can benefit from hydro jetting.
Hydro jetting lasts longer. Because the force of the water doesn’t only remove clogs but cleans out things that contribute to them, the effective pressurized hydro cleaning lasts longer than a snake or cable drain cleaning.
It’s time to put a stop to drain clogs. Contact Mr. Plumber today.